Two arrested in bus stop shoot-out, one injured

Two men connected to a shooting at a bus stop on Cleveland's east side have been arrested. The shooting happened Sunday afternoon in the area of East 105 and Kempton.

Cops say a man at a bus stop told them he got into a verbal altercation with a group of four or five black men and during the argument one of the men pulled out a gun. The man in the bus stop said he pulled out a gun as well and that they started shooting at one another.

Neither shooter was shot, but one member of the group, a 23 year old black male, was hit. All members of the group took off on foot.

While talking to the man, the officer's received a second call for a man with a gunshot wound who had been taken by private auto to the VA Hospital. That victim stated he had been shot in the area of East 105 and Kempton.

The man at the bus stop was arrested and a gun was confiscated.

While at the VA, officers arrested the injured man's friend and the injured man was transported from the VA to MetroHealth Medical Center for treatment.

Police arrested Clarence Harris, 21, and Charles Hines, 20.

The name of the injured male, who is also a suspect, has not been released.

His condition is not known. 

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call 216-623-5518.

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